Leveson Inquiry: Cameron and Clegg work out response
The prime minister has just begun a meeting with his deputy, Nick Clegg, to discuss the findings of the Leveson report and how the government should respond.
I understand that it is hundreds of pages long and that officials have been seen carrying it around Downing Street in cardboard boxes.
As well as proposals for improved regulation of newspapers, I am told that it contains criticisms of the way the press, politicians and the police have behaved.
Labour leader Ed Miliband will not receive his copy of the report until tomorrow morning.